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NO. 77 FORT STKKET.
First Annual Cash Clearance Sale !
Commencing Monday, Am). 18th, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
Calicos, 22 yards for $1.
Gingham, 10 and 12 yards for $1
Sateens, 7 yards for $1.
Tabic Linen, Xupkiiin, Towctat Wheeling, V,tv., life,
Ladies' A; Childten's Hosiery Hand
kerchiefs. Emhroideriea Gloves, Mitt, Uib-bons,
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
1M FOUT HXXtlfllO'.r.
HAvr, just itr.rr.tVKD a vhky i.akoi: .ssoinMion' ok
Dressed & Undressed ((id Gloves
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IN LACE, SCRIM,' MADRAS & AHTIOUE
In Great V.niety. New Goods, in all Departments.
gjBF" Our Dressmaking Department under Hit management of MISS
OLAKK will he le-opened ahout May 12lh.
We Desire to Call
ior LuDiicatmg the Valves and
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially pi enured under the highest steam
heat and fiom which all olutilo and euithy matter has been expelled by a
pioeess which IGaves a pme and heavy oil, which piovents tho eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing peifeetly clean. This
was the first Mineral Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been in con
stant use over eighteen years.
it 8JF" We also manufacture Supeiior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery.
HieoxiHrdL c EM lis,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. coi 3m
" nimniKl JKIocJk," Now. 95 &, WY Kiiir ft4(---c-
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIB, COPPER AND
993 Sill ft At. Tvrm WV
CASTLE & COOKE,"""
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders1 and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'JiANTA'I'ION HUI'I'JjI hlf,
Caipenlers', Bl.ic.ksmithH', MuchiniHlr.' ,fc Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kitchen Ulcnbils, Tumi?, Oils, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and
G-cnern.1 HXox-olin.il 1 iMs.
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Gibus, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jayne & Sons Family Medicines,
tot msaintmtmmrim ,mtiiXMmiU4i
Klacl: Ca)imeie and Meiinns, -lOc
ytud mid upwards.
Culoied yVool I)rriiQiwnl, 10e ymd
Lace, Ladies' Chemise, Skirls,
Special baigains in Bl.uk Lace
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engince,
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FI KTY-SKVHNT 1 DAY.
Monday, Aug. 18.
The House went into committee
of the whole, Noble McCarthy in the
chair, for consideiatioii of the Ap
Sec. II continued.
Addition In Insane Asylum, ?,15,
Odii. Hep. Puehaolu moved it. be te
foireil to a select conunlltee.
M iniiler Spencer lead details,
amounting tq $10,500, but the dif
ference had been cut off, and ho
thought the item sulllcient.
New wharf, Ililo, S20.000.
Noble Marsden moved tho item
be postponed until the House has
considered the Ililo and Hnmalaia
Hop.' Nawahi moved tho item pass.
The whaif was necessary, raihvav or
Noble Marsden said it would noL
deprive Ililo of Hit; wharf to wait a
week or ten days.
Hep. Nawahi thought the Cabinet
should not sit quietly without being
heard on this question. It was no
use making loads to the Volcano if
people could not gel ashore, nor en
couraging foreign steamers if there
was no whaif to receive them.
Noble J. M. Homer said the lion,
member for Ililo had spoken his mind.
Members should remember that this
Hem was for Ililo, when they came
to the railioad company they could
deal with it. J. el the item pass.
Noble Isenberg iaid the first
question was whether the work was
necessary. It must be. borne in
mind that money bad to be borrowed
for all these items. The next ques
tion was whether a suitable wharf
could be built lor 20,000, and on
this be should like to hear the Min
ister ol Hie Inleiior. If a good
wharf could be bnill for the amount
the item should be passed.
Minister Spencer thought a suit
able wharf could be built lor 820,
000, and that it ought to be built
had thought so for many vears.
Noble Isenberg would vote for the
item now, but wanted to know if
wharfage would be charged, 'iiliey
had to pay the interest, and the
ships could afford to pay for the in
Minister Spencer said being a
public wharf it would be subject to
the same charges as ruled at Hono
lulu. Noble "Widemann asked where the
wharf was to be built.
Minister Spencer said at Waia
kea. Noble Widemann asked if it was
not rather for the benefit of the
plantation than that of the public.
Minister Spencer said it was not
for the advantage of the plantation,
which had to use scows up the river.
It was for the public benefit.
Noble Baldwin asked if that was
not likely to move the present busi
ness centre, it was on the other side
of the bay from the centre.
Minister Spencer said sometimes
o landing could not be made at the
Noble Marsden asked if a former
wharf at Wainkea had not.bcen des
troyed by a storm.
Minister Spencer had not heard of
Noble Marsden said, well, it was
so, it was swept away by a northerly
The item passed.
Noble Marsden made a motion for
$250 to put a buoy at the entrance
of Pearl Harbor, but withdrew it on
the assurance of the Minister that'
he would sec the buoy placed there
out of the general appropriation of
$15,000 for tho Island of Oahu.
Recess from 12 to 1:30.
The committee of the whole re
sumed at 1 :35.
New wharves and sea wall, Aina
hou, Honolulu, $(13,000.
Rep. Bush wanted an explana
tion. Minister Spencer said it was for
two wharves to accommodate the
largest ships entering the harbor.
One of them was to be 300 feet long
and 100 feel, wide. The item was
pari of the policy of deepening the
Noble W. Y. Horner moved to in
sert, Breakwater and wharf, and
market houso, Lahaina, $3000,
There were eight steamers going in
and out every live days. The Am
erican and British naval ships fre
quently visit the bay. Two billiard
saloons, two butcher shops, two
jewelers' shops, three poi factories,
etc., arc there. The district hn9
over 380 voters anil two plantations.
This is a proposition for which the
Government will be well repaid,
Noble Widemann asked what
breakwater this was.
Noble Horner said tho old break
water. Noble Widemann was afraid he
would wax eloquent over tiic old
breakwater. He had taken a boat
out fully loaded in his younger days
from closo to the building. Money
had formerly been appropriated for
the breakwater, which caused the
sheltered space to (111 up with silt.
II it was to improve the wharf lie
would vote for an item, but it was
useless to spend money on a break
Noble Baldwin confirmed tho
btatcment of Noble Widemann. Ills
remembrance was that the break
water affected the canal and caused
the boat harbor to fill up with sand.
It was no U90 doing anything more
: t.LONUL.UJJU U, J., AUGUST 19, 181)0.
with the old breakwnlpr. Tie should
like In know what (he idea of the
lion. Noblo was.
Noble V. Y. Homer said that
about six ycais ago the harbor Illled
up, but it was washed away aflcr
waid. Tncro was no difficulty about
it til! the breakwater was carried oil'.
The work was necessary and they
ihust have it one way or another.
Noble J. M. llonicr explained
that the breakwater was not intend
ed to mnke u bout harbor, but to
keep tho channel open so thai boal
could reach this wharf.
Noble Wideniaun said if he own
ed all Lahaina he would say that
the matter oiifdil to be carefully
handled. They ought to know just,
whcieand how the breakwater was
to be built.
Noble W. Y. Horner said, in an
swer to Noblu Baldwin, that when
the breakwater was lliero tho sand
all washed out.
Hep. Homer moved to insert
$1000 for deepening the channel at
Latipahoehoe.' Tlio trade winds
make a huge swell that breaks over
the channel. The thousand dollars
was to widen the channel by taking
tho rocks out.
Honolulu harbor bar (estimates
not completed), $250,000.
Minister Spencer moved in
amendment that the item read,
Deepening bar and improving har
bor, Honolulu, $200,000.
Hep. It. W. Wilcox was in favor
of Hie item but wanted to know if
tho (iovcrnment was pledged to buy
a dredging plant in San Francisco,
and was pleased when informed that
such was not the case.
Can led as amended.
Hep. Hosa moved to insert,
Bicakwatcr at Waialua, $3000. It
was needed to pi event the sea cut
ting away the road, and would be
more necessary in view of the starl
ing of the Kulitikii plantation. Wai
alua only asked for two il'Miis this
one and that for a luidge at Wai
Hep. Kutidscn called attention to
a lesolution on the table for a break
water at AVaiinea, Kauai. The ap
propriation of 1388 had proved in
sulllcient. lie moved to inscit
$1500 for the purpose. It was the
only thing Waiinea, the largest dis
trict on Kauai, had requested.
Hep. Hush called up his resolution
for a breakwater at, Koolaupoko.
(The resolution could not be found.)
lie said it was divided between
Waiahole, Waikane, and Kaalaea,
in llrel.)istiiet of Koolaupoko, and
he moved to insert $2300 for the
Addition to Honolulu Water
Filter Plant, Honolulu AVater
Minister Spencer moved these
items bo referred to a select com
Purchase of land of Hanaiaka
inalama, Nuiiunu Valley, $8000.
Minister Spencer explained thai,
it was nine acres and contained two
valuable water privileges.
Koloa, Kauai, AVater Woikn, $2,
500. Minister Spencer said the. pipes
were on the ground, and, in answer
to Noble AV. Y. Horner, that the
Government would receive returns
Arailuku and Ivaliuliii Water
AVorks, $1-1,000. Passed.
Laupahochoc Water AVorks, $1,
Ililo AVater AVorks, 13,000.
Noble Burchardt moved to insert,
Kohaia AVater AVoiks, $70()0. Car
ried. Roads and bridges. Hoad dam
Noble J. M. Horner remaiked on
the largo number of resolutions and
petitions for roads which had been
presented, besides the large number
and great amount of the items in
the bill. lie moved that this sub
division be referred to a select com
mittee, two from each of the larger
islands and one from Molokai. This
would expedite the woik of the
committee of the whole, as sonic of
the iteins asked for were too large,
while others might bo too small, and
those represented by the best talk
ers would prevail if tho items were
considered without investigation.
Minister Spencer reminded tho
lion. Noble that these were only con
tingent items, for which perhaps a
dollar would not be spent. Tho
money would have to come from tho
Postal Savings Bank, and it could
only be got if depositors agreed to
take bonds. AVhatover money was
available would bo expended ;)ro
Noble Isenberg moved to strike
out all these items. They had al
ready appropriated $31,500 for
roads on Hawaii and so on for tho
other islands. The country could
not stand all these expenditures.
He)). Lucas opposed tho motion
to strike out the contingent Items.
It would bo a bad policy. Often a
bridgo is washed away and there is
no specific appropriation to replace
Noble J. M, Horner asked if all
tho foregoing items had to bo paid
Minister Brown said that Sec. 1
represented tho running expenses of
the Government and about balanced
the ordinary revenue. Tho items in
the second and third sections might
bo called luxuries, to be had if thero
was money obtainable.
Noble Corntrcll would be willing
lo support the mollon of Noblu
Isenberg for all except the item,
"Hoad from Lahnina lo Maalacn,
815,000." There was an appro
priation for it last session but not
enough to complete the rond.
Noble AViclcmann asked if that
toad was for thu general benefit.
Noble Cornwcll lospondcd that
the lion. Noble and others having
kept the court nl Lahaina, it was
necessary to have a decent road to
Noble Widemann denied the soft,
impeachment. He had only voted
with the majority In order lo move
reconsideration, but another mem
ber had saved him that trouble.
Noblo J. M. Horner said they had
just voted $G00,000 for Honolulu,
and the country had a right to some
of thu public improvements. Hono
lulu was not the whole kingdom,
nine-tenths of the wealth of Honolulu
was produced in the country. AVIien
the country asked for a small share of
public improvements it must have
Hep. H.- W. Wilcox did not sup
port the motion of the lion. Noble
from llamakua, but he believed in
Ilamakna getting its shaie. lie
would vole 8100,000 for llamakua
if necessary, but he saw no neces
sity for a select committee. The
Government had investigated the
wants of the respective distiicts,
and a committee would have no
fresh data lo guide it. Its members
could only sit'and look at each other.
Ho favored considciiug these items
one after another.
Noble. Widemann said he had
taken a good many opportunities of
opposing the late Minister of the
Interior, and hoped he should have
a tew more. But in this matter of
mad damages he believed Honolulu
owed the late Minister a debt of
gratitude, for the energy and pluck
lie had shown in street widening and
improvement. This item at least
should be passed.
Noble Isenberg withdrew his mo
lion. Minister Brown moved to amend
tho item to $50, 31(5.
Passed at $50,31(5.
Hawaii, South Kona, $37,500.
Hep. Apiki moved to insert $15,
000 for a road in Kau.
Minister Brown, presuming this
was for Hie road from Kau to the
volcano, said it was in the hands of
a committee and could be dealt with
when that committee reported.
Hep. Apiki said this was the road
from llilea to Pahala, on which the
Government had already spent some
The chairman said the report of
the public lands committee simply
recommended that the resolution be
considered with the bill.
Hep. Apiki explained that four
miles from Hilea the road branched
in two. The branch to Punaluu
would cost $3000, that to P.ihala
Hep. Kaliia thought it should be
$15,000 for roads in Kau, and the
Minister could .see that it be expend
ed as needed.
Minister Spencer supported the
motion of the lion, member for Kau.
There was a nieco of load from
Fliloa to AVaiohinu, and there was a
load fioi.i Pahala to the A'olcano,
while there was absolutely no road
in the middle of the district. In
answer to Noble AValker, he said it
was a public road.
South Kona item passed.
Not Hi Kona, $45,000. Passed.
Noilh Kohaia, $10,000. Passed.
Hoad between North and South
Kohaia, $10,000. Passed.
North Ililo, $20,000.
ATolcano road, $55,000.
Minister Peteison moved to refer
this lo a special committee. Carried.
Hoad from Kukiilu through Puna.
Referred to same committee.
. Maui AVailuku, $10,000.
Hep. Kalua moved $15,000.
There was a resolution accepted
sometime ago lo build several new
Noblo Widemann wanted informa
tion. He didn't sec that AVailuku
was badly in need of roads.
Noble Isenberg Good roads.
Minister Spencer gave dotails
from surveys of the cost of two
bridges, amounting to $2700.
Rep. Kalua said there was another
bridge wanted, down on the beach.
Noble AVidemann had wanted de
tails of the 810,000 item in the bill.
Minister Brown said it was to
supplement the road tax.
Noble J. M. IIornerthoughtthe.se
items would be proper subjects to go
before a committee His knswledgo
had been that AVailuku had been
getting money for roads that would
be considered good in his district.
His district wanted money only to
improvo roads thai were almost im
passible. Noble Isenberg moved to strike
out the $10,000 and inserl $2750 for
Noble AValbridgc said the 810.000
was all right. The amount to AVai
luku's credit for unexpended road
tax represented what had been taken
from the district in previous periods.
AVhilo it was accruing tho roads had
Passed as in bill.
Noblo von Tempsky moved to in
sert $25,000 for grading the road
from Makawao to Karaaolo and
opening tho road from Waikhpu to
Rep. Kalua moved the commlttoo
rise, as the select conuuitteo had to
go to Kalihi. Carriod.
Noblo McCarthy proacntod tho
report, of Iho cnminlllep of the
whole, which was adopted.
The President appointed the fol
lowing select committees :
On Constitution Kalua, Bald
win, Marsden, Hookano, AVidemann,
Marques, Ktuioa, G. N. AVllcox,
Oi) Wntcrwoiks Spencer, Lucas,
Isenberg, H. AV. AVllcox, Phillips.
On A'olenno Hoad, etc. Homer,
Nawahi, Knudsen, AVidemann, AVal
bridge. On Police Justices Peterson,
Isenberg, Halstead, J. M. Horner,
On Hours of Labor in Govern
ment Service W. Y, Horner, Mid
ler, Marques, Kanoa, Rice.
The House adjourned at 4 :25.
Ill Mil HO,
Win. O. Irwin. . President A; Manager
Clans SpreeUels Vice-President
Seci Wary it Treasurer
Then. I). Purler Auditor
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Very respectfully yours,
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Studio, No. i!7 Alakoa Street.
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CW Samples of work can be seen at
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